To think about (something) with thoroughness and care.
ponder a lot about Design, the Environment, and Systems Thinking, and how those three interests intersect. I see relationships and influences everywhere, and recognize that “wicked problems” can‘t be solved with simple, one-dimensional answers. I love to research and learn about new ideas and techniques. I want to see Design become “greener,” and Systems Thinking become common in our daily lives.
The act of making something happen through your own action.
often see something that interests me and think “I can do that!” and because of my curiosity and willingness to try new things, I have explored a number of careers (including videographer, florist and garden designer), and hobbies (knitting, pottery and cooking, to name a few). I was born in Lubbock, Texas, but I have lived in 9 states and in 2 foreign countries, and I have traveled extensively.
Problem: How to create an identity that looks organic but also elegant and a little playful? How to tie Environmental interests with Creative Interests? How to represent a tendency toward dichotomies?
Solution: Use lots of earthy, green colors, natural colored paper, and labels. Use a font that has a lot of contrast, like Didot, and further the contrast by using undercase italic and uppercase bold.
Result: New branding reflects my personal design style. As a former florist and garden designer, my style tends toward a formal framework, softened by wild or organic elements. I like the surprise of "weeds" in my floral arrangements, and cottage or native plants barely contained by a formal layout. I like that my branding combines the formality of Didot and refined stationery with earthy colors and rough Kraft paper.
You will find Kimberly cares
more about your website
project than you do....
Combine that with her natural design talent and her ability to clearly communicate and organize information, and you’ll quickly realize you’ve found one in a million.
There are students who
fulfill the requirements
of the project...
and then there are student designers who, through relentless examination and iteration, work until they find the best solution. Kimberly is that type of student — she possesses the work ethic that will bring her success in the industry.
Kimberly Weller is
somewhat of a
Her natural curiosity about why something ticks allows her to deeply think through a project and how it will ultimately affect the end user. As a result, she not only brings strategy and concept to the table but also exacting execution. Her ability to work either as a leader or team player is commendable and noteworthy. Kimberly meets deadlines and exceeds expectations, while leaving you smiling with her dry sense of humor. I highly and enthusiastically recommend Kimberly to work on your next project.